An Open Letter to Neil deGrasse Tyson

The moon of Aenya in orbit around Infinity.I've been on an astrophysics bender lately, reading Ray Bradbury's Martian Chronicles as well as Neil deGrasse Tyson's Death by Black Hole: And Other Cosmic Quandaries. It's interesting to see how a writer and a scientist approach the same subjects, how their ideas and focus diverge and where... Continue Reading →

Comics are Books Too

Despite growing evidence to the contrary, the myth persists that certain artistic mediums are inferior to others, or to put it in layman's terms, that comic books don't count as literature. But I am not here to argue definitions; I am here to argue that comics deserve the same respect as regular books without pictures. At... Continue Reading →

My Interview with Author Michael Sullivan

me: Greetings, Michael. Thank you for taking the time to chat with me today.Michael: Thanks for having me...I'm excited to do this.me: It has taken you a long time to get published. During that time, did you make many changes to your book? Is there a significant difference between the self-published version of The Crown... Continue Reading →

Theft of Swords

No, I didn't read the French versions, I just love these covers!I was a bit worried about writing this review, because I know the author from his blog and the few chats we've shared. Before starting into his series, I asked Michael Sullivan to grant me an interview and he was gracious enough to say... Continue Reading →

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